Webinar – Generic aspects of study design for Experimental Medicine studies and trials – 17.10.2019View Event Details
Our regular Rapid Translational Incubator (RTI) webinars and events signpost Greater Manchester researchers to local support for setting up and running clinical trials and studies. Each month we explore different topics and common problems, to try offer solutions through a peer support network.
Choosing the most appropriate study design is one of the most important aspects to consider when developing a clinical trial or study. It is rarely possible to rescue a poorly designed study.
In this webinar, Chris Sutton will talk about the main aspects to consider for a robust study design and when you might involve a CTU in your proposed study or trial.
- Chris Sutton, Senior Lecturer in Clinical Trial Statistics, Centre for Biostatistics, The University of Manchester
Chris is Deputy Director (Methodology) and Lead Statistician for Manchester CTU. He has an interest in improving health through improving trials and collaborates widely on complex trials in various disciplines, with specific interest in the topics of stroke, musculoskeletal and mental health.
- Matt Krebs, Senior Lecturer in Medical Oncology, The Christie NHS Foundation Trust. BRC Cancer Precision Medicine theme
Alternatively, you can register to attend in person. Sessions take place at the Nowgen Centre, 29 Grafton Street, Manchester, though places are limited.